As You Will

An Album By

The Captain Hates the Sea

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If you don’t have enough dancecore in your life, The Captain Hates the Sea will help you out. It’ll work, too. You won’t be holding the wall when they turn on their combination of slick hardcore, keyboards and melodies. From the eerie beginning of the record to the closing acoustic and remix tracks, it’s got memorable hooks and plenty of pit-ready beats. Without a doubt worth your listen.

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